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North America 1921

Players: James Brownlie (Third Lanark), William Bulloch (Partick Thistle), John McCormack (Third Lanark), W. McAndrew (Third Lanark), Craig Brown (Motherwell), James Scott (Dumbarton), Neil McBain (Ayr United), Doug Thompson (Aberdeen), Andy Wilson (Dunfermline), Jim McMenemy (Partick Thistle), Alf Bennett (Albion Rovers), R.M.B. Orr (Third Lanark), Jimmy Gordon (Dunfermline), Joe Low (Dunfermline), Willie Rankin (Motherwell), Tom Maxwell (Dunfermline)

 

Matches Played

May 21  Halifax  0:  Scottish F.A.  7 in Halifax, Nova Scotia

May 24  Montreal  2: Scottish F.A.  6 in Montreal, Quebec

May 26  Hamilton  0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Hamilton, Ontario

May 28 Toronto 1: Scottish F.A.  4 in Toronto, Ontario

June  1  Ottawa 0: Scottish F.A.  7 in Ottawa, Ontario

June  4  Manitoba 1: Scottish F.A.  3 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

June  6  Regina 0: Scottish F.A.  3 in Regina, Saskatchewan

June  8  Saskatoon 0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

June 12  Calgary 0: Scottish F.A.  5 in Calgary, Alberta

June 14  Edmonton 0: Scottish F.A. 6 in Edmonton, Alberta

June 18  Mainland All-Stars 0: Scottish F.A. 3 in Vancouver, B.C.

June 20 Upper Island 0: Scottish F.A. 4 in Nanaimo. B.C.

June 22 Victoria 1: Scottish F.A. 4 in Victoria, B.C.

June 23  British Columbia 0: Scottish F.A.  3 in Vancouver, B.C.

June 28  Prince Albert 0: Scottish F.A. 3 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

July    1  Winnipeg 1: Scottish F.A. 6 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

July    4  Fort William 1: Scottish F.A. 7 in Fort William, Ontario

July    7  Ontario 1: Scottish F.A.  3 in Toronto, Ontario

July    9  Canadian XI 0; Scottish F.A.  1 in Montreal, Quebec

July  10  Jersey City 2: Scottish F.A. 4 in Jersey City, N.J.

July  13  Bethlehem Steel 1: Scottish F.A. 8 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

July  16  Philadelphia 1: Scottish F.A. 3 in Tacony, Pennsylvania

July  17  New York 1: Scottish F.A. 2 in New York, New York

July  18  Massachusetts 3: Scottish F.A.  6 in Lynn, Massachusetts

July  21  Fall River  2: Scottish F.A.  2 in Fall River, Massachusetts

 

May 21, 1921 in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Scottish F.A.  7 (Rankin 2, Wilson 4, McAndrew)

Halifax  0

HT:           Att: 3,000       Ref:

  Scots: Brownlie: Bulloch, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Halifax: Wilson – O’Dell, Taylor – Fox, Campbell, Hunt – Ferguson, Carpenter, Jamieson, Sellings, Beston.

 

May 24, 1921 at Grand Trunk Field in Point Charles, Quebec.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Thompson 2, Wilson 2, Mcmenemy, Rankin)

Montreal All-Stars  2 (Alec Smith, Rae)

HT 1-2        Att: 9,448       Ref: Horace S. Lyons (Montreal)

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson,  Rankin, Thompson.

  Montreal: Bill Smith (Sons of Scotland) – Adam Smith (Vickers), Yule (Grand Trunk Railway) – Alec Rae (Grand Trunk Railway), McNaughton (Nomads), Craigie (Grand Trunk Railway) – Artie Wouteresz (Grand Trunk Railway), Joe Angel (Canadian Pacific Railway), John Linton (Grand Trunk Railway), Alec Smith (Grenadier Guards), McKeller (Sons of Scotland).

 

May 26, 1921 in Hamilton, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Wilson 4, Rankin, Maxwell)

Hamilton All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 8,000       Ref: Billy Dean (Hamilton)

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Bulloch – Scott, McAndrew, McBain – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Maxwell, Low.

  Hamilton: Carleton – McEwan, Alex McCulloch – Tommy Gardiner, D. Burns, Cooper – Atkinson, Lee, Billy Gilvear, T. Pilkington, Tiny Thombs.

 

May 28, 1921 at the Island Stadium in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Wilson 3, McMenemy)

Toronto All-Stars  1 (Taylor)

HT:           Att: 14,000      Ref: J.T. Nelson

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Toronto: Art Halliwell – Hutchinson, Geordie Campbell – Sid Beown, Sammy Jones (Woods), Bailey – Barron, Marshall, Bob Lavery, Grant, Charlie Taylor.

 

June 1, 1921 in Ottawa, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  7 (Wilson 5, Thompson, McMenemy)

Ottawa All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 5,000       Ref:

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McBain – Maxwell, McMenemy, Wilson, Thompson, Low.

  Ottawa: Figg – Stewart, Calerwood – Moule, O’Donnell, Potter – Hamilton, Menlove, Craig, Davidson, McDonald.

 

June 4, 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba;

Scottish F.A.  3 (Wilson 2, McAndrew)

Manitoba All-Stars  1 (Steward)

HT:           Att: 9,000       Ref:  Jimmy Duncanson (Winnipeg)

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Manitoba: Joe Scott (United Weston) – Billy Thomson (Celtic), Charlie Prince (Scottish) – Bob Harley (United Weston), Wattie Patterson (Scottish), J. Buchanan (Scottish) – Charlie Stewart (Fort Rouge Rangers), Billy Bruce (United Weston), Fred Parkinson (Fort Rouge Rangers), Jimmy Steward (Norwood), Dave Mcbeath (Knox).

 

June 6, 1921 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Wilson 3)

Regina All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 2,500       Ref:

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, McCormack – Scott, Brown, McBain – Bennett, Maxwell, Wilson, Thompson, Low.

  Regina: Frank Hickling (Imperial Oil) – Blackley (Thistle), Tommy Taylor (Thistle) – Fraser (Thistle),  Leslie Ford (Thistle), Bobby Laing (Leader Post) – Richardson (Police), Rogers (Leader Post), Errington (Leader Post), Baggaley (Leader Post), Culverhouse (Army and Navy Vets).

 

June 8, 1921 at the Mayfair Grounds in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Wilson 3, Rankin 3)

Saskatoon All-Stars  0

HT: 0-4       Att: 2,000       Ref: T.C. Atkinson

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankie, Maxwell.

  Saskatoon: Fowler – Wright, Jones – Lamb, Fyfe, Rivett – Griffiths, Walls, Vic Pinchbeack, Goble, Seath.

 

June 12, 1921 at Hillhurst Park, in Calgary, Alberta.

Scottish F.A.  5 (McAndrew, Wilson 3, Rankin)

Calgary All-Stars  1 (Cowie)

HT: 1-0       Att: 5,025       Ref: Bob Mills.

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – Scott, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, Gordon, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Calgary: Johnny Robertson – Jimmy Carrington, Norrie Mortimer – Billie Kirkwood, Andy Mitchell, Matt Nesbitt – D. Patterson, J, Anderson, J. Redfern, Bernie Cartwright, Billy Cowie.

 

June 14, 1921 in Edmonton, Alberta

Scottish F.A.  6 (McAndrew, Wilson 5)

Edmonton All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 5,000       Ref: Capt. J.K. Matheson.

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Scott, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Thompson, McBain.

  Edmonton: Hunter – Kinsman, Ockenden – McPherson, Adams, Robson – Collier, Lamb, Campbell, Miller, Manson.

 

June 18, 1921 at Brockton Point in Vancouver, British Columbia

Scottish F.A.  3 (Wilson 3)

Mainland All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 6,000       Ref: Jones

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Bulloch – Gordon, Brown, Mc Andrew – Bennett, Rankin, Wilson, Maxwell, Low.

  Mainland: Worrell – McNaughton, Ogle – Dryborough, Jim Wilson, Robertson – Fred Wilson, McKinnon, Bob Forgie, Greig, Finlayson.

 

June 20, 1921 in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Wilson 2, Rankin, Scott)

Upper Island  All-Stars  0

HT: 2-0       Att: 3,500       Ref: Burnish

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Scott, Bain, Gordon – Bennett, Mcmenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Upper Island: Sheppard – Strang, Campbell – Tom Dickinson, Roberts, Dickie Stobbart – O’Brien, Robertson, Davis, Hibbins, Jimmy Horne.

 

June 22, 1921 in Victoria, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Gordon, Rankin, Wilson, Thompson)

Victoria All-Stars  1 (Muir)

HT:           Att: 3,000       Ref:

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – Gordon, McBain, McAndrew – Maxwell, Rankin, Wilson, Thompson, Low.

  Victoria: Shrimpton – Taylor, White – Archie Muir, Jimmie Allan, Munro – Bridges, Brewster, Pettigrew, G. Allan, Totty.

 

June 23, 1921 at Con Jones Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  3 (McBain, Rankin, Wilson)

British Columbia All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 5,000       Ref:

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  B.C: Worrell – Campbell, Tom Dickinson – Robertson, Jim Wilson, Jimmie Allan – Fred Wilson, Archie Muir, Rilling, Hitchins, Marsh.

 

June 28, 1921 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan/

Scottish F.A.  3  (Rankin, Wilson, Maxwell)

Prince Albert All-Stars  0

HT: 3-0       Att: 1,500       Ref: Page.

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Bulloch – Scott, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Prince Albert: Tom Duff – W. Laidlaw, H. Nightingale – Bob Hall, H. Longley, Norman Sheldon – Nat Webster, M. Turner, Harold Towell, Billy Dobson, Stewart.

 

July 1, 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Wilson 5, Rankin)

Winnipeg All-Stars  1 (McDill)

HT:           Att: 7,000       Ref: Bob Ritchie (Winnipeg)

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Gordon, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Winnipeg: Swindells (Celtic) – Billy Thomson (Celtic), Charlie Prince (Scottish) – Robert Harley (United Weston), Elliott (Coca Cola), Bert Shoobert (Coca Cola) – Richardson (Fort Rouge Rangers), Jimmy McDill, Johnny Hampton, Jack Walker (Celtic), Wilf Reed (Fort Rouge Rangers).

 

July 4, 1921 in Fort William, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  7 (Gordon 2, McMenemy, Wilson, Thompson, ………….)

Fort William All-Stars  1 (Buchan)

HT:           Att:             Ref:

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, McCormack, Scott, Bain, McAndrew – Maxwell, McMenemy, Wilson, Gordon, Thompson.

  Fort William: T. Ross (Grain Exchange) – A. Walters (Fort William United), Fred Cooper (Fort William United) – F. McEwan (Grain Exchange), J. Ryder (Fort William United), A. Bain (Grain Exchange) – D. Taylor (Grain Exchange), J. Brown (Grain Exchange), Tom Buchan (Grain Exchange), A.J. Winn (War Vets), R. Green (Fort William United).

 

July 7, 1921 at the Island Stadium in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Rankin, Thompson, Brown)

Ontario All-Stars  1 (Menlove)

HT: 2-1       Att: 7,500       Ref: Billy Murchie (Toronto)

  Scots: Brownlie – McAndrew, Bulloch – Scott, Brown, McBain – Maxwell, Thompson, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Ontario: Art Halliwell (Toronto Ulster) – George Campbell (Toronto Scottish), George Housin (Toronto Scottish) – William Walker (Windsor), Bayne (Welland), Gardiner (Hamilton) – Ferguson (Toronto Ulster), Menlove (Ottawa), Phil Lavery (Toronto Ulster), Mackins (Guelph), Tiny Thombs (Hamilton Westinghouse).

 

July 9, 1921 at Alexandria Park in Montreal, Quebec.

Scottish F.A.  1 (Rankin)

Canadian XI  0

HT: 0-0       Att: 6,000       Ref: Billy Dean (Hamilton)

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – McBain, Brown, McAndrew – Maxwell, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Canadians: Art Halliwell (Toronto Ulster) – Charlie Prince (Winnipeg Scottish), Adam Smith (Montreal Vickers) – Norman Sheldon (Saskatoon), Jim Wilson (Vancouver), Bill McPherson (Edmonton) – Artie Wouteresz (Montreal Grand Trunk), Jimmy McDill (Winnipeg), Tom Buchan (Fort William Grain Exchange), Alec Smith (Montreal Grenadier Guards), Tiny Thombs (Hamilton Westinghouse)

 

July 10, 1921 in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Rankin, Wilson, McBain, Thompson)

Jersey City Celtics  2 (Hosie, Sweeney)

HT:           Att: 6,000       Ref: J.E. Scholefield (New York)

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Gordon – McBain, Brown, Scott – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Thompson.

  Jersey City: Tommy Whelan – Joe Reynolds, Charles Lappin – Tommy Stark, Gallagher, Irvin – Downie, Archie Stark, Frank McKenna, Robert Hosie, Peter Sweeney.

 

July 13, 1921 at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Scottish F.A.  8 (Thompson 4, McMenemy, Wilson 2, Maxwell)

Bethlehem Steel  1 (Fleming)

HT:1-1        Att:             Ref: J.H. Carpenter (Bethlehem)

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Scott, Brown, McAndrew – Thompson, McMenemy, Wilson, Maxwell, Low.

  Bethlehem: William Duncan – Sam Fletcher, Jock Ferguson – James Campbell, Willie Porter, Rutherford – James Murphy, Fred Morley, Harold Brittan, William Forrest, Tommy Fleming.

(Note: Harold Brittan played for Chelsea before moving to the U.S.)

 

July 16, 1921  at Disston Ball Park in Tacony, Pennsylvania.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Rankin, Wilson 2)

Philadelphia All-Stars  1 (Andrews)

HT:           Att:             Ref: Jimmy Walder (Philadelphia)

  Scots: Brownlie – McCormack, Orr – Scott, Brown, McAndrew – Thompson, Rankin, Wilson, Maxwell, Low.

  Philadelphia: Ness – Bobby Bethune, Jock Ferguson – Thomas Murray, Rutherford, Willie Porter, Percy Andrews, Fred Morley, Harold Brittan, Jim McGhee, Bart McGhee

(Note: Jim and Bart McGhee were the sons of Scottish international and Celtic player Jim McGhee, and Bart played for the U.S. in the World Cup of 1930 in Montevideo)

 

July 17, 1921 at New York Oval in New York City.

Scottish F.A.  2 (Wilson, Bennett)

New York All-Stars  1 (Phlip)

HT: 1-0       Att: 6,000       Ref: Charles Creighton (New York)

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – Scott, Brown, McAndrew – Bennett, Rankin, Wilson, Maxwell, Low.

  New York: Bobby Geudert – Charlie Kelly, Andrew Burnett – Henry Meyerdirks, Bill Fryer, Billy Herd – Tommy Duggan, Samuel McDonald, Percy Hardy, William Phlip, Rudolph Hunziker.

 

July 18, 1921 in Little River Stadium in Lynn, Massachusetts,

Scottish F.A.  6 (Wilson 5, Rankin)

Massachusetts All-Stars 3 (Shepherd, Black, Farquhar)

HT: 2-1       Att: 5,000       Ref: Thompson Ritchie (Quincy)

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, Orr – Gordon, Scottt, McAndrew – Bennett, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Maxell.

  Mass: McIntosh – Stewart, Hulse – Black, Mackay, Churchley – Shepherd, Downie, Dundas, Page, Farquhar.

 

July 21, 1921 in Fall River, Massachusetts.

Scottish F.A.  2 (Wilson, Rankin)

Fall River United  2 (Ratican, Parker)

HT:           Att: 3,200       Ref: James E. Schofield (New York)

  Scots: Brownlie – Bulloch, McCormack – McBain, Brown, McAndrew – Thompson, McMenemy, Wilson, Rankin, Low.

  Fall River: Jack Albion – Reynolds, Jack Lindsay – William Booth, McFarlane, Paddy Butler – Christie, Parker, Harry Ratican, Shaw, Hugh Weir.

 

Canada 1927

Players: Tom Hamilton (Rangers), T. Scott (Falkirk), Willy McStay (Celtic), Danny Blair (Clyde), J. Buchanan (Morton), Tommy Muirhead (Rangers), Jimmy McStay (Celtic), Tom Craig (Rangers), T. Morrison (St. Mirren), A. Swallow (St. Johnstone), Alex Archibald (Rangers), Patsy Gallagher (Falkirk), J. Munro (St. Johnstone), Andy Cunningham (Rangers), Adam McLean (Celtic), J, Simpson (Dundee United), J. Hunter (Falkirk), W. Cook (Dundee).

Note: Danny Blair played for Willys Overland and Davenport Albion in the Toronto and District League before returning to Scotland in the summer of 1926.  Tommy Muirhead was player-coach of the Boston Wonder Workers of the American Soccer League in the summer of 1924 returning to Scotland at Christmas.

 

May  24    Montreal  2:  Scottish F.A.  3 in Montreal, Quebec

May  26    Hamilton  1: Scottish F.A.  6 in Hamilton, Ontario

May  28    Toronto  3: Scottish F.A  2 in Toronto, Ontario

June    1    New Ontario  1: Scottish F.A.  6 in Fort William, Ontario

June    4    Manitoba  2: Scottish F.A.  5 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

June    6    Regina  0: Scottish F.A.  4 in Regina, Saskatchewan

June    8    Saskatoon  0: Scottish F.A.  9 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

June  12    Calgary  0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Calgary, Alberta

June  13    Lethbridge  0: Scottish F.A.  4 in Lethbridge, Alberta

June  16    Vancouver  2: Scottish F.A.  9 in Vancouver, B.C.

June  18    Upper Island  0: Scottish F.A.  5 in Nanaimo, B.C.

June  22    Victoria  1: Scottish F.A.  4 in Victoria, B.C.

June  26    British Columbia  0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Vancouver, B.C.

June  27    Edmonton  1: Scottish F.A.  10 in Edmonton, Alberta

June  29    Hakoah (Vienna)  1: Scottish F.A.  4 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

July    1     Northern Ontario  1: Scottish F.A.  7 in Timmins, Ontario

July    4     Windsor  2: Scottish F.A.  4 in Windsor, Ontario

July   10    Ontario  0: Scottish F.A.  10 in Toronto, Ontario

July   11    Toronto Ulster  0: Scottish F.A.  3 in Toronto, Ontario

July   15    Montreal  2: Scottish F.A.  4 in Montreal, Quebec

 

May 24, 1927 in Montreal, Quebec

Scottish F.A.  3 (Cunningham 2, Gallagher)

Montreal All-Stars  2 (Baillie, Renfrew)

HT:           Att: 10,000      Ref: Horace S. Lyons (Quebec)

  Scots: Hamilton – Scott, W. McStay – Muirhead, J. McStay, Craig – Archibald, Gallagher, Munro, Cunningham, McLean.

  Montreal: Brown (Maroons) – Harry Barnes (CNR), Bob McAuley (Carsteel) – Jimmy Bardell (CPR), Pete Miller (Carsteel), Sinclair (Gurney) – Bill Westwater (Carsteel), Jack Green (Carsteel), Jack Renfrew (CNR), Dave McKenzie (Carsteel), Jimmy Baillie (CNR)

Note: CNR – Canadian National Railway

          CPR  - Canadian Pacific Railway

Bob McAuley of Carsteel later played for Rangers, Chelsea and Scotland.

 

May 26, 1927 at Scott Park in Hamilton, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Simpson 3, Cook, Archibald, Cunningham)

Hamilton and District All-Stars  1 (Munro)

HT:           Att: 7,000       Ref: Alex McCulloch (Hamilton)

  Scots: Hamilton – W. McStay, Blair – Morrison, J. McStay, Swallow – Archibald, Cunningham, Simpson, Hunter, Cook.

  Hamilton: Joe Scanlon (City) – Bobby Lodge (Thistles), Arthur Vickers (City) – George Totten (City), Billy Gilvear (City), Slater (Thistles) – Bill Barclay (Thistles), George Munro (Thistles), Art Fell (Guelph), Hughie Aird (Brantford Cockshutts), Allan Ashthorpe (City)

(Note: City – Hamilton City and Thistles – Hamilton Thistles)

 

May 28, 1927 in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  2 (Gallagher, McLean)

Toronto All-Stars  3 (Graham 2, Faulkner)

HT:           Att:             Ref: W. Mitchell (Toronto)

  Scots: Hamilton – W. McStay, Blair – Morrison, J. McStay, Swallow – McLean, Gallagher, Buchanan, Cunningham, Cook.

  Toronto: Art Halliwell (Scottish) – Bob Calder (Bell Telephone), Bert Herring (Willys Overland) – McCrone (48th Highlanders), Fred Williams (Ulster), Jimmy Matthews (Craigavon) – Roy Faulkner (Ulster), Bob Lavery (Craigavon), George Graham (Ulster), Joe Clulow (Ulster), Jimmy Moir (Ulster).

(Note: Bob Calder later played for Rangers and Cardiff City)

 

June 1, 1927 in Fort William, Ontario

Scottish F.A.  6 (Hunter 4, McLean, Archibald)

New Ontario All-Stars 1 (McKee pen)

HT:           Att:             Ref:

  Scots: Hamilton – Scott, Blair – Swallow, Simpson, Craig – McLean, Hunter, Munro, Muirhead, Archibald.

  New Ontario: Skinner – McCreadie, Ross – Young, Barker, Brown – Jones, Hodgson, Mckee, McKissock, Grant.

 

June 4, 1927 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Scottish F.A.  5 (Craig, Simpson, Cook, Hunter, Morrison)

Manitoba All-Stars  2 (Johnstone 2)

HT:           Att: 12,000      Ref: Sandy McMahon (Winnipeg)

  Scots: Hamilton – Scott, W. McStay – Morrison, J. McStay, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Simpson, Hunter, Cook.

  Manitoba: Anderson – Dan King, Lennon – Smillie, McKay, McNeil – W. Lang, Munro, Johnstone, J. Lang, McAdam.

 

June 6, 1927 at Park Hughes in Regina, Saskatchewan

Scottish F.A.  4 (Munro 2, Muirhead 2)

Regina All-Stars  0

HT:1-0        Att:             Ref: Bill Heatherington (Regina)

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, Blair – Swallow, Simpson, Craig – McLean, Hunter, Munro, Muirhead, Archibald.

  Regina: Davidson (Leader Post) – Cameron (Scottish), Tommy Taylor (Scottish) – F. Hallam (Leader Post),  Lang (Leader Post), Bobby Laing (Leader Post) – R. Taylor (Nationals), A. Smith (Moose Jaw CPR), Richardson (Leader Post), Jack Rogers (Leader Post), Jimmy McDill (Leader Post).

(Note: Leader Post is the daily paper in Regina and ran a team in those days)

 

June 8, 1927 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Scottish F.A.  9 (Simpson 3, Munro 2, McLean 3, Gallagher)

Saskatoon All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 2,000       Ref: L.D. Anderson

  Scots: Hamilton – Scott, Blair – Swallow, Buchanan, Craig – McLean, Munro, Simpson, Gallagher, Cook.

  Saskatoon: Tom Valentine (Sons of England) – Howard (Thistle), Stewart (Thistle) – Stone (Sons of England), Fred Garrett (Colonsay), Jack Fraser (Thistle), Reid (Thistle), Carson (Callies), Duncan (Callies), Jack Rivett (Sons of England), Clark (Thistle).

 

June 12, 1927 at Victoria Park in Calgary, Alberta.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Munro 4, Cunningham, Hunter)

Calgary All-Stars  0

HT:           Att:             Ref: Tim Lewis

  Scots: Hamilton – Scott, W. McStay – Muirhead, J. McStay, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Munro, Hunter, McLean.

  Calgary: Andy Wilson – Kirkpatrick, Stevens – Jimmy Moyes, Matt Nesbitt, Alex Pate – Stan Wakelyn, Bernie Cartwright, Strachan, Kirkwood, Bill Stenhouse.

 

June 13, 1927 at Adams Park in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Scottish F.A.  4 Cook, Muirhead 2, Simpson)

Lethbridge and District League  0

HT: 3-0       Att: 1,700       Ref: Jimmy Gurr

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, Blair – Morrison, Simpson, Swallow – Archibald, Muirhead, Munro, McLean, Cook.

  Lethbridge: Bert Sawyer (Fernie) – J. Jenkins (Michel), Jimmy Carrington (Vulcan) – W. Dunlop (Callies), G. Bakke (Vulcan), A. Pink (Callies) – M. McLuckie (Callies), A. Corett (Coal Creek), A. Heatherington (Vulcan), W. Beadie (Legion), Page (Coleman).

(Sub: R. Patterson (Medicine Hat) for Bakke)

 

June 16, 1927 at Athletic Park in Vancouver, B.C.

Scottish F.A.  9 (Cunningham 3, Simpson 3, Gallagher, Swallow, Cook)

Vancouver All-Stars 2 (Kerr, Smith)

HT:           Att: 7,200       Ref: Moore

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, W. McStay – Morrison, J. McStay, Swallow – Archibald, Gallagher, Simpson, Cunningham, Cook.

  Vancouver: King – MacDowell, Bert Dagger – George Russell, Les Rimmer, Frankoe O’Neill – Wilf Moffatt, Alex Cameron, Quene Yip, J. Smith, Adam Kerr.

 

June 18, 1927 in Nanaimo, British Columbia

Scottish F.A.  5 (McLean 2, Morrison, 2, Hunter)

Upper Island All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 5,000       Ref: Jones

  Scots: Hamilton – Scott, W. McStay – Muirhead, J. McStay, Craig – Archibald, Morrison, Munro, Hunter, McLean.

  Upper Island: A. Orr – Len Perry, Alex Thomson – Jimmy Knight, Neil McFarlane, Dickie Stobbart – Nelson Wilson, John Sandland, Dave Cowie, “Tuffy” Davis, Alex Fowler.

 

June 22, 1927 in Victoria, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Munro 2, Cook, Hunter)

Victoria All-Stars  1 (Glancy)

HT:           Att:             Ref:

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, Blair – Muirhead, Simpson, Swallow – McLean, Gallagher, Munro, Hunter, Cook.

  Victoria: Tom Bridges – Bill Campbell, Alex Whyte – Hosmer, Bob Preston, John Peden – Archie Campbell, Johnny Watt, Danny Glancy, Ernie Warren, Alex Cameron.

 

June 26, 1927 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Munro 3, Cook 2, Swallow)

British Columbia All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 6,000       Ref:

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, W. McStay – Swallow, J. McStay, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Munro, Hunter, Cook.

  B.C: Andy Roots – Bert Dagger, Vic Laven – George Russell, Neil McFarlane, Jimmy Heaps – Alex Cameron, Bob McDougall, Duff Davies, Dickie Stobbart, Adam Kerr.

 

June 27, 1927 at Renfrew Park in Edmonton, Alberta.

Scottish F.A.  10 (Munro 5, Morrison 2, Swallow, Simpson, Archibald)

Edmonton All-Stars  1 (McKay)

HT:           Att:             Ref: Billy Thompson

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, Blair – Morrison, Simpson, Swallow – Archibald, Craig, Munro, Hunter, McLean.

  Edmonton: Charlie Pinnell (CNR) – Teddy Geldart (CNR), Lamb (Legion) – Reid (Callies), Johnny Wilson (Legion), Dingley (Legion) – S. Patterson (CNR), Bobby Sneddon (Callies), Bill Findler (Shamrocks), Colin McKay (CNR), Tommy Minchin (Shamrocks).

 

June 29, 1927 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Muirhead, Munro 2, Cunningham)

Hakoah (Vienna)  1 (Gruenwald)

HT:        Att: 10,000         Ref: Sandy McMahon (Winnipeg)

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, W. McStay – Morrison, J. McStay, Muirhead – Archibald, Cunningham, Munro, Hunter, McLean.

  Hakoah: Alexander Fabian – Scheur, Hans Tandler – Strohs, Bela Guttmann, Fried – Erno Schwarz, Moritz Haeusler, Hess, Max Gruenwald, Fischer.

(Note: Hakoah were an Austrian club touring North America at the time, and there were several Austian and Hungarian internationals in the team.  Most famous of all Bela Guttmann who coached Benfica in the 1960s.)

 

July 1, 1927 in Timmins, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  7 (Craig 2, Gallagher 2, Swallow, Cook, Buchanan)

Northern Ontario  1 (Dougall)

HT: 5-0       Att: 2,000       Ref: Steve Lynn.

  Scots: Hamilton – Blair, Scott – Swallow, J. McStay, Buchanan – Cook, Craig, Morrison, Gallagher, Simpson.

  N.O: J. Elrick, J, Liddle, T. Ramsey – G. Cooper, L. Loberg, F. Rankin – H. Richmond, A. Hamilton, W. Parsons, E. Dougall, W. Carroll.

 

July 4, 1927 at Kelsey Park in Windsor, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Muirhead 2, Cunningham, Cook)

Windsor All-Stars  2 (Mercer, Visser)

HT:           Att: 4,000       Ref: Dave Evans (Detroit)

  Scots: Hamilton – W. McStay, Blair – Morrison, Swallow, Craig – Archibald, Muirhead, Munro, Cunningham, Cook.

  Windsor: Orr (Canadian) - Robert Greig (Windsor), Maurice Fairhurst (Canadian) – Inglis (Canadian), Tommy McGowan (Windsor), Joe Spence (CNR) – Ponic (Windsor), Maurice Honeyman (CNR), Gerrit Visser (CNR), Jackson (CNR), Bobby Mercer (Windsor).

 

July 10, 1927 in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  10 (Munro 4, McLean 4, Cunningham, Hunter)

Ontario All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 12,000      Ref: Art McNeilly

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, W. McStay – Morrison, J. McStay, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Munro, Hunter, McLean.

  Ontario: Art Halliwell (Scottish) – Bob Calder (Bell Telephone), Bert Herring (Willys Overland) – George McCrone (48th Highlanders), Fred Williams (Ulster), Jimmy Matthews (Craigavon)  - Roy Faulkner (Ulster), Bob Lavery (Craigavon), George

Graham (Ulster), Jimmy Galloway (Ulster), Jimmy Moir (Ulster).   

(Note: This was the same eleven players from Toronto who beat the Scots 3-2 earlier in the tour)

 

July 11, 1927 in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Muirhead, Gallagher, Munro)

Toronto Ulster United  0

HT:2-0        Att: 10,000      Ref: Art McNeilly

  Scots: Hamilton – W. McStay, Blair – Muirhead, J. McStay, Swallow – McLean, Gallagher, Munro, Hunter, Cook.

  Ulster: Fraser – Dave Eadie, Walter Rankin – Grant, Fred Williams, Watt – Cowan, Jimmy Galloway, George Graham, Forrest, Jimmy Moir.

 

July 15, 1927 in Montreal, Quebec.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Munro, Archibald, McLean, Cook)

Montreal All-Stars  2 (Green, Renfrew)

HT: 2-0       Att:             Ref: Horace S. Lyons (Montreal)

  Scots: Hamilton – Buchanan, W. McStay – Morrison, J. McStay, Swallow – Archibald, McLean, Munro, Hunter, Cook.

  Montreal: Brown (Maroons) – Adams (…..), Bob McAuley (Carsteel) – Peter Miller (Carsteel), Dunlop (…..), Sinclair (Gurney) – Bill Westwater (Carsteel), Jack Green (Carsteel),  Jack Renfrew (CNR), Smith (…..), Jimmie Baillie (Carsteel).

 

 

North America 1935

Players: William Stevenson (Clyde), Andrew Anderson (Hearts), Robert “Whitey” McDonald (Rangers), George Cummings (Partick Thistle), Peter Wilson (Celtic), Rom Smith (Kilmarnock), Bob Fraser (Aberdeen), David Meiklejohn (Rangers), Robert Donnelly (Partick Thistle), Robert Main (Rangers), William Miller (Partick Thistle), Hughie Gallacher (Derby County), Willie Mills (Aberdeen), Dally Duncan (Derby County), Alex Ferguson (St. Johnstone), Tommy Walker (Hearts), Dave Wilson (Hamilton Academicals).

Note: Whitey McDonald was born in Omagh, Northern Ireland and was brought to Hamilton, Canada as an infant.  He grew up and learned to play in Hamilton before joining Rangers in 1928.  He later played twice for Northern Ireland.

 

May  18  Philadelphia Germans  0: Scottish F.A.  3 in Philadelphia, Pa.

May  19  Eastern U.S.  1: Scottish F.A.  5 in New York, N.Y

May  22  Toronto  1: Scottish F.A.  3 in Toronto, Ontario

May  24  Western F.A.  1: Scottish F.A.  9 in Kitchener, Ontario

May  26  Illinois  2: Scottish F.A.  3 in Chicago, Illinois

May  29  Alberta  1: Scottish F.A.  9 in Calgary, Alberta

May  31  Vancouver Island  0: Scottish F.A.  5 in Victoria, B.C.

June    2  Vancouver  0: Scottish F.A.  1 in Vancouver, B.C.

June    5  Manitoba  2: Scottish F.A.  7  in Winnipeg, Manitoba

June    8  Eastern Canada  0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Toronto, Ontario

June    9  Eastern U.S.  1: Scottish F.A.  4 in Newark, New Jersey

June  11  Hamilton  1: Scottish F.A.  10 in Hamilton, Ontario

June  13  Montreal  0: Scottish F.A.  3 in Montreal, Quebec

 

May 18, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Scottish F.A.  4 (Gallacher, Mills 2)

Philadelphia German-Americans  0

HT:           Att: 8,935       Ref:

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Meiklejohn, Donnelly, Fraser – Main, Walker, Gallacher, Mills, Duncan.

  Philadelphia: Robert Denton – Alfred Stoll, Albert Harker – James Crockett, Bob Nicol, William Fiedler – Johnny Laub, Francis Ryan, George Nemchik, Eddie Davies, Sam McAlees.

(Note: This team formed the nucleus of the U.S. national team at the 1936 Olympics)

 

May 19, 1935 at the Polo Grounds in New York.

Scottish F.A.  5 (Mills, Duncan 3, Meiklejohn)

Eastern United States  1 (McEwan)

HT:        Att: 22,970         Ref: Manuel Antonio

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Meiklejohn, Smith, Fraser – Main, Walker, D. Wilson, Mills, Duncan.

  U.S:  Stan Chesney (New York Americans) – Teddy Glover (Brookhattan), George Moorhouse (New York Americans) – Joe Martinelli (Pawtucket Rangers), Johnny Slavin (Brookhattan), John McManus (New York Americans) – Erno Schwarz (New York Americans), Walter Dick (Pawtucket Rangers), Johnny McEwan (Brooklyn Celtics), William “Red” Ballantyne (Newark Germans), George Conn (Kearny Scots-Americans).

(Subs: Fabri Salcedo (Brooklyn Hispano for Conn), James McGregor (Kearny Scots-Americans for Ballantyne).)

 

May 22, 1935 at Soldiers Field in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  3  (Gallacher, Miller 2)

Toronto All-Stars  1 (Graham)

HT: 1-1       Att: 6,608       Ref: J.M. Murphy

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, McDonald – P. Wilson, Smith, Fraser – Main, Miller, Gallacher, Mills, Duncan

  Toronto: Len Woollacott (British Consols) – Bill Davison (Ulster), Cyrol Davis (Maple Leafs) – Joe Clulow (British Consols), Kai Sandvig (Scottish), Jimmy Hagan (British Consols) – Ollie Sutton (Ulster), Jimmy Allen (Ulster), George Graham (Ulster), Norman Donald, L.N. Meldrum.

 

May 24, 1935 in Kitchener, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  9 (D. Wilson 3, Walker 2, Mills 2, Ferguson 2)

Western Football Association All-Stars 1 (Patrick)

HT: 6-0       Att: 622         Ref: Major Harold Ballantyne (Kitchener)

  Scots: Stevenson – Cummings, McDonald – Smith, Donnelly, P. Wilson – Miller, Walker, D. Wilson, Mills, Duncan.

  W.F.A: Dempsey (Guelph) – Carson (Stratford), McColl (Kitchener) – Bartlett (Fergus), Murphy (Guelph), Parker (Fergus) – Orris (Stratford), Sweeney (Guelph), Patrick (Fergus), McAdam (Stratford), Collis (Guelph).

(Note: The Western Football Association, one of the oldest football association in the world, was formed in Kitchener in 1880 and its players formed the Canadian team that toured Britain in 1888).

 

May 26, 1935 at Mills Stadium in Chicago, Illinois.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Mills 2, Duncan)

Illinois All-Stars  0

HT: 0-0       Att: 4,305       Ref: G. Fyfe

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Wilson, Smith, Fraser (McDonald) – Ferguson, Walker, D. Wilson, Mills, Duncan.

  Illinois: Riebe (1st Germans) – Tom Scott (Wonderbolts), Davidson (Wonderbolts) – Bob Thompson (Wonderbolts), Watson (Wonderbolts), Iner Pierson (Sparta) – Jimmy Munro (Wonderbolts), Hugh Hill (Wonderbolts), Neilson (Wonderbolts), Baba Vicek (Sparta), Vidano (Sparta).  Sub: Little for Vicek.

(Note: Wieboldt Wonderbolts were a team sponsored by a factory that made bolts)

 

May 29, 1935 in Calgary, Alberta

Scottish F.A.  9 (Mills 2, Gallacher 4, Ferguson, Duncan 2)

Alberta All-Stars  1 (Anderson)

HT:           Att: 3,444       Ref:

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Wilson, Donnelly, Meiklejohn – Ferguson, Miller, Gallacher, Mills, Duncan.

  Alberta: G. Smith (Calgary Callies) – Colin McKay (Edmonton Callies), A. Thompson (CPR) – Ted Radley (Lethbridge Supinas), Jim Wilson (Lethbridge Supinas), J. Devey (Calgary CPR) – J. Smith (Calgary CPR), F. Weisner (Calgary CPR), S. Blair (Calgary CPR), Jimmy Graham (Edmonton Radials), L. Anderson (Drumheller Legion).

 

May 31, 1935 at Royal Athletic Park in Victoria, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  5 ( D. Wilson 3, Miller, Walker)

Vancouver Island All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 3,330       Ref: Robb

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Meiklejohn, Donnelly, McDonald – Main, Walker, D. Wilson, Miller, Ferguson.

  V.I:  Louis DaCosta – Andy Gavin, Ernie Edmunds – Ron Williams, Roy Barnes, Jimmy Knight – Gordon Bell, Alex Stewart, James “Daisy” Waugh, George Grey, George Payne.

 

June 1, 1935 at Con Jones Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  1 (Gallacher)

Vancouver All-Stars  0

HT: 0-0     Att: 6,473       Ref:  Dewar

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – P. Wilson, Smith, Meiklejohn – Main, Walker, Gallacher, Mills, Duncan.

  Vancouver: Stan Strong – Fred Easley, Don Cowan – Murray West, Dot McPherson, Jimmy Gemmell – Billy McNeil, Trevor Harvey, Ray Watchorn, Jimmy Spencer, Johnny McKay.

 

June 5, 1935 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Scottish F.A.  7 (Mills 2, Miller 2, Gallacher 2, Duncan)

Manitoba All-Stars  2 (Hampton 2)

HT:           Att: 5,042       Ref: Jimmy Kelly (Winnipeg)

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Meiklejohn, Donnelly, McDonald – Main, Miller, Gallacher, Mills, Duncan.

  Manitoba: F. Davis – Ernie Scholes, J. Morrison – A. Pratt, Arthur Archer, J. Daly – G. Hutchinson, S. Murray, Bobby Hampton, J. Fulton, George Pickup.

(Note: Arthur Archer won a gold medal at the 1936 Winter Olympic Games in Garmish-Partenkirchen, playing Ice Hockey for Great Britain).

 

June 8, 1935 at Soldiers Field in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  6 (D.Wilson 3, Ferguson 2, Miller)

Eastern Canada All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 5,010       Ref:

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – P. Wilson, Smith, McDonald – Ferguson, Walker, D. Wilson, Miller, Duncan.

  E.C.:  Len Wollacott (Toronto British Consols) – Bill Davison (Toronto Ulster), Cyril Davies (Toronto Maple Leafs) – Harry Phillips (Toronto Scottish), Kai Sandvig (Toronto Scottish), Jimmy Hagen (Toronto British Consols) – McAllister (Falconbridge Mines), G. Simpson (Frood Mines), George Graham (Toronto Ulster), Norman Donald (British Consols), Percy Manuel (Montreal Carsteel).

 

June 9, 1935 at Newark School Stadium in Newark, New Jersey.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Gallacher, Mills, Duncan, Meiklejohn)

Eastern United States  1 (Moorhouse)

HT:           Att: 8,436       Ref:

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – P. Wilson, Smith, Meiklejohn – Miller, Gallacher, Walker, Mills, Duncan.

  Eastern U.S.: George “Beef” Davis (Kearny Scots-Americans) – Teddy Glover (Brookhattan), George Moorhouse (New York Americans) – Johnny Slaven (Brookhattan), Bill Watson (St. Louis …. ), William Fiedler (Philadelphia German-Americans) – Bob Nicol (Philadelphia German-Americans), Francis Ryan (Philadelphia German Americans), Aldo “Buff” Donelli (……..), Shamus O’Brien (Kearny Irish-Americans), Sam McAlees (Philadelphia German-Americans).

(Note: Donelli played for the U.S. in the 1934 World Cup, then turned to American Gridiron football and only played soccer occasionally).

 

June 11, 1935 in Hamilton, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  10 (Walker 2, D. Wilson 3, Meiklejohn, Ferguson 2, Mills, Duncan)

Hamilton All-Stars  1 (Wass)

HT:           Att: 3,253       Ref:

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – Meiklejohn, Donnelly, McDonald – Ferguson, Walker, D. Wilson, Mills, Duncan.

  Hamilton: “Sheik” Holmes (Hearts) – Alex McConnell (Hearts), Billy Dunlop (Thistles) – Bert Watson (City), Bert Gibb (Thistles), Johnny McLaughlin (Steel) – Jimmy Touhey (Hearts), “Chick” Alter (Hearts), Fred Walmsley (Radio), Jimmy Connelly (City), Ernie Waas (Thistles).

 

June 13, 1935 in Montreal, Quebec.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Walker 2, Ferguson)

Montreal All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 4,633       Ref:

  Scots: Stevenson – Anderson, Cummings – P. Wilson, Donnelly, McDonald – Ferguson, Walker, D. Wilson, Mills, Duncan.

  Montreal: Pinkerton – Moon, George White (Aldreds) – Reed, Ronald Low (Aldreds), Alan Fitzpatrick (Aldreds) – Sam Chedgzoy (Carsteel), Davis, Larry Fitzpatrick (Aldreds), Cree, Percy Manuel (Carsteel).      

 (Note: Former England international Sam Chedgzoy was player-coach of Montreal Carsteel from 1930 to 1940.  He died in Montreal in 1967).

 

 

 

North America 1939

Some of the players who played for the American Soccer League on June 18 have long considered the game to be a full international.
However, as I pointed out to them, it couldn't be because Ben Ellis was a Welsh international and William Lyon was born in England. This tour was promoted in the U.S. as The Scottish Internationals but only a few of this squad had ever played for Scotland. Bill Cole the soccer writer for the Toronto Star at that time blasted the Scottish F.A. for sending a weak team.

 

Players: Jerry Dawson (Rangers), Jimmy Carabine (Third Lanark), Ben Ellis (Motherwell), Doug Gray (Rangers), William Lyon (Celtic), Alex 'Sandy' McNab (West Bromwich Albion), Jimmy Dykes (Hearts), Bob Bolt (Falkirk),

Jimmy Caskie (Rangers), George Hamilton (Aberdeen), Archie Garrett (Hearts), Doug McAvoy (Kilmarnock), John Gillies (Clyde), Jack Jones (Third Lanark), Tommy McIntyre (Hibernian), Tommy McKenzie (Motherwell), Malcolm McDonald (Celtic)

 

May  16  Montreal  0: Scottish F.A.  9 in Montreal, Quebec

May  21  Eastern U.S.  1: Scottish F.A.  1 in New York, New York

May  24  Detroit  1: Scottish F.A.  7 in Detroit, Michigan

May  28  St. Louis  2: Scottish F.A.  10 in St. Louis, Missouri

May  31  Alberta  0: Scottish F.A.  7 in Calgary, Alberta

June     4  Upper Island  2: Scottish F.A.  4 in Nanaimo, B.C.

June     5  Vancouver  1: Scottish F.A.  4 in Vancouver, B.C.

June     7  Victoria  0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Victoria, B.C.

June   10  British Columbia  2: Scottish F.A.  3 in Vancouver, B.C.

June   12  Saskatchewan  0: Scottish F.A.  6 in Regina, Saskatchewan

June   14  Winnipeg  1: Scottish F.A.  6 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

June   17  Ontario  0: Scottish F.A.  2 in Toronto, Ontario

June   18  American Soccer League  2: Scottish F.A.  4 in New York, New York

June   21  New England  1: Scottish F.A.  3 in Providence, Rhode Island

 

May 16, 1939 in Montreal, Quebec.

Scottish F.A.  9 (Garrett 3, Jones 3, McIntyre 2, McDonald)

Montreal  All-Stars  0

HT:           Att:           Ref:

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Ellis - Bolt, Lyon, McNab - McIntyre, McDonald, Garrett, Jones, Caskie.

  Montreal: Bates - Ryrie, White - Fitzpatrick, Ford, McLean - Ron Castonguay, Sutherland, T. Turley, George Chambers, M. Castonguay.

 

May 21, 1939 at the Polo Grounds in New York.

Scottish F.A.  1 (Garrett)

Eastern United States  1 (Nemchik)

HT:           Att: 25,072    Ref:

  Scots: Dawson - Carabine, Ellis - Lyon, McKenzie, McNab - Caskie, Hamilton, Garrett, Jones, McIntyre.

  Eastern U.S: Stan Chesney (New York Americabs) -  Fred Stoll (Philadelphia German-Americans), Al Harker (Philadelphia German-Americans) - Jimmy McGuire (Brooklyn St. Mary’s Celtic), George Barr (New York Brookhattan), Charles Altemose (Philadelphia German-Americans) - Bob McIntyre (…), George Nemchik (Philadelphia German-Americans), Bert Patenaude (…), Ed Ruddy (Brooklyn Hispano), George Conn (Kearny Scots-Americans).

 

May 24, 1939 at Dinan Field in Detroit, Michigan.

Scottish F.A.  7 (Garrett, Jones, Caskie, Carabine, Gilles 2, McAvoy)

Michigan  All-Stars  1 (Coombes)

HT:           Att: 11,000   Ref: Bob Stoddard (Windsor).

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Carabine - Bolt, Dykes, McKenzie >-  Caskie, Jones, Garrett, McAvoy, Gillies.

  Michigan: Ed Van Neste (Dougal Nelson) - Aldo Patria, Tommy Ferrans - Stan Tranter, Hay, Ewald Hilbert (Williamson) - Barra, Ed Wilcocks, Geoff Coombes, O'Donnell, Molly (Browning).

 

May 28, 1939 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Scottish F.A.  10 (McDonald 2, Garrett 7, Gillies)

St. Louis All-Stars  2 (Gonsalves, Donelli)

HT:           Att: 7,500    Ref:

  Scots: Dawson - Carabine, Ellis - McKenzie, Lyon, McNab - Gillies, McDonald, Garrett, McAvoy, Caskie.

  St. Louis: Ducker - Larry Mrnka, Thompson - Iner Pierson, Billy Watson, Cooney - James Wolf, Aldo Donelli, Jimmy McDermott, Billy Gonsalves, Alex McNab.

 

May 31, 1939 in Calgary, Alberta.

Scottish F.A.  7 (McIntyre, Jones, McAvoy 3, Hamilton)

Alberta  All-Stars  0

HT:3-0        Att: 1,500    Ref: Jack Armstrong.

  Scots: Dawson - Carabine, Gray - Bolt, Dykes, Lyon - Gillies, McAvoy, Jones, Hamilton, McIntyre.

  Alberta: Bobby Dunlop (Lethbridge) - W. Law (Calgary Hillhurst), C. Ogilvie (Calgary Callies) - Doug Tucker (Calgary Hillhurst), Ted Lewis (Edmonton), Dave Roberts (Drumheller) - Tim West (Calgary Callies), A. Brown (Calgary Callies), Johnson (Edmonton Civics), Bobby Graham (Edmonton Civics), Bobby Steedman (Calgary Callies).

 

June 3, 1939 in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Jones 3, Ellis)

Upper Island  All-Stars  2 (Grey, Tantrum)

HT:4-0        Att: 1,500    Ref: Jackson (Cumberland)

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Ellis - McKenzie, Dykes, Bolt - Caskie, Hamilton, Jones, McDonald, Gillies.

  U.I: Johnstone - Gibson, Bilton - Peffers, Watson, Thompson - Easterbrook, Parks, Tantrum, Grey, Christopher.

 

June 5, 1939 at Con Jones Park in Vancouver, British Columbia

Scottish F.A.  4 (Garrett 3, Gillies)

Vancouver  All-Stars 1 (Spencer)

HT:1-1   Att: 4,000    Ref: Alex Murray.

  Scots: Dawson - Carabine, Ellis - Lyon, McKenzie, McNab - Gillies, McAvoy, Garrett, McDonald, Caskie.  (Sub: Jones)

  Vancouver: Dan Kulai - Erling Storness, Don Cowan - Billy Hislop, Trevor Harvey, Johnny Craig - George Greig, Horace Heath, Malcolm McManus, Jim Spencer, Norm McLeod.

 

June 7, 1939 at Royal Athletic Park in Victoria, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Jones 2, Gillies, Caskie, Hamilton, Bolt)

Lower Island  All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 1,250    Ref:

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Ellis - Bolt, Dykes, Lyon - Caskie, Hamilton, McIntyre, Jones, Gillies.

  Lower Island: Wally Rowe - Bobby Bell, Arnie Wilkinson - Cligg Robbins, Glen Robbins, George Leggatt - Gordie Bell, S. Stewart, Alec Ross, Ralph Cosier, Jack Okell.

 

June 10, 1939 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Scottish F.A.  3 (McDonald, Garrett, Gillies)

British Columbia All-Stars  2 (West, McKay)

HT:           Att: 7,000    Ref: Woodard.

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Ellis - Bolt, Lyon, McNab - Caskie, Hamilton, Garrett, McAvoy, Gillies.

  B.C: Stan Stronge - Don Cowan, Tommy McKibbin - Murray West, Trevor Harvey, Jim Gemmell - Jack Johnson, Johnny McKay, Hap Smith, Jim Spencer, Norm McLeod.

 

June 12, 1939 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Scottish F.A.  6 (Gillies, Ellis, Garrett 2, Jones, McDonald)

Saskatchewan  All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 1,000    Ref: Jimmy Whyte (Regina)

  Scots: Dawson - Carabine, Ellis - McDonald, Dykes, Bolt - McIntyre, Hamilton, Garrett, Jones, Gillies.

  Sask: Syd Wilson - Fred Rogers, "Bucky" Smith - "Sonny" Hughes, Bill Todd, Dick Jones - Jimmy Woods, Charlie Gemmill, Owen 'Red' McInerny, Roy Campbell, Mel Hill.  (Subs: Tommy Wonoroski, Jim Irving)

 

June 14, 1939 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Scottish F.A.  6 (McNab, Hamilton 2, McIntyre, Jones, Caskie)

Winnipeg  All-Stars  1 (Hodgert)

HT:           Att: 4,000    Ref:  Art King (Winnipeg)

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Carabine - Bolt, Lyon, McNab - McIntyre, Hamilton, Jones, McAvoy, Caskie.

  Winnipeg: Gelfend - Lennon, George Ness - Hind, Tyler, Bruce - George Pickup, E. Hodgert, Bobby Hampton, Gardiner, Harry Beckwith.

 

June 17, 1939 in Toronto, Ontario.

Scottish F.A.  2 (McIntyre, Garrett)

Ontario All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 3,500    Ref: Don L. Jowett

  Scots: Dawson - Carabine, Ellis - McNab, Dykes, Bolt - McIntyre, Hamilton, Garrett, McAvoy, Gillies.

  Ontario: Dick Arends (Toronto British Consols) - Bill Davison (Toronto Ulster), John Leitch (Hamilton City) - McCullough (Toronto Ulster), Jim Winning (Toronto England United), Art Fairley (Hamilton Stelcos) - Ollie Sutton (Toronto Ulster), Johnny Aiken (Toronto Ulster), Young (Frood Mines), Norman Donald (Toronto Scottish), Jimmy Moir (Toronto Ulster).

 

June 18, 1939 at the Polo Grounds in New York. (after extra time)

Scottish F.A.  4 (Gillies, Carabine 3)

American Soccer League  2 (Boyle, Altemose)

HT:2-2        Att: 15,163   Ref:

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Ellis - Bolt, Lyon, McNab - Gillies, Dykes, Carabine, McDonald, Caskie.

  A.S.L: Stan Chesney (New York Americans) - Fred Stoll (Philadelphia German-Americans), Al Harker (Philadelphia German-Americans) - Bob McIntyre (…..), George Barr (New York Brookhattan), Charles Altemose (Philadelphia German-Americans) - Johnny Wojciechowicz (Kearny Scots-Americans), George Nemchik (Philadelphia German-Americans), Razzo Carroll (New York Brookhattan), …….. Cooper (Kearny Irish-Americans), Joe Boyle (New York Brookhattan).

 

June 21, 1939 in Providence, Rhode Island.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Gillies, Carabine, Hamilton)

New England  All-Stars  1 (Souza)

HT:1-0        Att: 7,000    Ref: P. Fox (New York)

  Scots: Dawson - Gray, Ellis - Lyon, Dykes, McNab - Caskie, Hamilton, Carabine, McDonald, Gillies.

  N.E: Ostberg - Slicer, Margeson - Quinn, Joe Rego, Walter Dick - Tom Florie, Souza, Bert Patenaude, Almeida (Zukowski), Manuel Moniz.

 

 

North America 1949

May  25  St. Louis  0:  Scottish F.A.  6 in St. Louis, Missouri

May  29  Belfast Celtic  2:  Scottish F.A.  0 in New York

May  30  American Soccer League  1:  Scottish F.A.  4  in New York

June    6  Kearny All-Stars  1: Scottish F.A.  3 in Kearny, New Jersey

June    8  Ontario All-Stars  0:  Scottish F.A.  2 in Toronto, Ontario

June    9  Eastern Canada All-Stars  2:  Scottish F.A.  5 in Montreal, Quebec

June  12  Philadelphia All-Stars  1:  Scottish F.A.  8 in Philadelphia, Pa.

June  15  New England  All-Stars  1:  Scottish  F.A.  3 in Fall River, Mass.

June  19  United States  0:  Scotland  4 in New York.

 

May 25, 1949 in St. Louis, Missouri

Scottish F.A.  6 (Houliston 2, Orr 2, Evans, Waddell)

St. Louis All-Stars  0

HT:3-0        Att: 9,000       Ref: Justin Keenoy

  Scots: Brown - Young, Cox – Evans, Woodburn, Aitken – Waddell, Orr, Houliston, Steel, McKenzie.

  St. Louis: King – Fitzgerald, John Galimberti – Ollie Bohlman, Charlie Colombo, Harry Keough – Areil Munoz, Gino Pariani, William Bertani, Spica, Frank Wallace.

 

May 29, 1949 at Randall’s Island in New York.

Scottish F.A.  0

Belfast Celtic  2 (Campbell 2)

HT:           Att: 15,000      Ref: Fred Coggins

  Scots: Brown – Goven, Young – Evans, Telfer, Cox – Waddell, Redpath, Thorton, Steel, McKenzie.

  Celtic: McAlinden – McMillan, Ahearne – Walker, Currie, Lawler – Moore, Dorman, Campbell, O’Flanagan, Bonnard.

 

May 30, 1949 at Randall’s Island in New York.

Scottish F.A.  4 (Houliston, Thornton, Steel, Evans)

American Soccer League  1 (McCann)

HT:           Att:             Ref: James Stevenson

  Scots: Brown – Govan, Young – Evans, Woodburn, Redpath – Waddell, Thornton, Houlsiton, Steel, Reilly.

  ASL: Gene Olaff – Erwin Finsterwald, Ben Watman – Joe Maca, John Calder, George McCann – Jack Hynes, Jesus Villanon, Joe Gaetjens, John O’Connell, Ephraim Chacurian.

 

June 6, 1949 at Kearny High School in Kearny, New Jersey

Scottish F.A.  3 (Orr, Steel, Reilly)

Kearny All-Stars  1 (McIlvenny)

HT:           Att: 7,500       Ref: Fred Coggins

   Scots: Brown – Govan, Cox – Redpath, Telfer, Aitken – McKenzie, Orr, Thornton, Steel, Reilly.

   Kearny: Duncan MacPhail – George Barr, Ben Watman – Ed McIlvenny, John Calder, Walter Bahr – Campbell, Jesus Villanon, John O’Connell, Ephraim Chacurian, …. Sheppell.

 

June 8, 1949 at Maple Leaf Stadium in Toronto, Ontario

Scottish F.A.  3 (Thornton, Orr)

Ontario All-Stars  0

HT:           Att: 10,000      Ref: Ray Morgan

  Scots:  Brown – Young, Telfer – Evans, Woodburn, Aitken – Waddell, cox, Thornton, Orr, Reilly.

  Ontario: Dick Arends – Bill Davidson, Jack Perrett – Sammy Davidson, Phil McKay, Archie McDowall – Jimmy Carnegie, John Gifford, Walter McCarrell, Bill Cowie, Telfer.

 

June 9, 1949 in Montreal, Quebec

Scottish F.A.  5 (Thornton 2, Orr 2, Reilly)

Eastern Canada All-Stars  2 (Godfrey 2)

HT: 4-1       Att: 12,000      Ref: Tom Goring

  Scots: Brown – Govan, Telfer – Evans, Woodburn, Redpath – McKenzie, Thornton, Reilly, Orr, Waddell.

  E.Canada: Abie Grosser – Billy Kennedy, Cunningham – Johnny Sinclair, Froggat, Caplan – Les Talbot, Andy Menyes, Bruce Godfrey, Doug McMahon, Jimmy Weir.

 

June 12, 1949 at Yellowjacket Stadium in Philadelphia, Pa.

Scottish F.A.  8 (Waddell 6, Steel, Reilly)

Philadelphia All-Stars  1 (Smith)

HT:           Att: 4,000       Ref: Sam Galin

  Scots: Brown – Govan, Cox – Redpath, Woodburn, Aitken – Waddell, Steel, Reilly, McKenzie, Evans.

  Philadelphia: Bob Yingling – R. Smith, Dick – Werner Meith, J. Smith, Walter Bahr – Oliver, Reid, King, Dunn, Sullivan.

 

June 15, 1949 at Fall River Stadium in Fall River, Mass.

Scottish F.A.  3 (Thornton 2, Steel)

New England All-Stars  1 (Moniz)

HT: 3-1       Att: 4,045       Ref:   …  Andrade.

  Scots: Brown – Govan, Young – Evans, Woodburn, Aitken – McKenzie, Orr, Thorton, Steel, Reilly.

  N.E: Walter Romanowicz – Bello, Manuel Martin – Joe Rego, Joe Ferreira, Quinn – Frank Moniz, Ed Souza, Almeida, John Souza, Millington.

 

June 19, 1949 at Randall’s Island, New York

Scotland  4 (Steel 2, Waddell 2)

United States  0

HT:           Att: 17,000      Ref: Sam Galin

  Scotland: Brown – Young, Cox – Redpath, Woodburn, Aitken – Waddell, Orr, Thornton, Steel, Reilly.

  U.S: Gene Olaff – Louis Yacopec, Manuel Martin – William Sheppell, Charlie Colombo, Walter Bahr – Howard Whatford (Pete Matevich), Herman Graesser, John O’Connell, John Souza, Frank Moniz.

 

This game is in the records of the United States Soccer Federation as being a full international, but is not regarded as such by the Scottish F.A. However, it does seem as if both countries fielded a full international team. 

 

 

World Tour 1967

The Scotland XI team was made up of young, promising players who were to be given the taste of international football with the aim of developing a team for the 1970 World Cup. However with a number of Scottish clubs reaching final stages of the various European cups, a number of clubs pulled their players out.

 

Scotland XI Touring Squad

Harry Thomson              (Burnley)

Jim Cruickshank            (Hearts)

Willie Callaghan           (Dunfermline)

Eddie Colquhoun            (W.B.A.)

Hugh Tinney                (Bury)

Alan Anderson              (Hearts)

Jim Townsend               (Hearts)

Ian Ure*                   (Arsenal)

Jack McGrory*              (Klimarnock)

Doug Fraser                (W.B.A.)

John Woodward              (Arsenal)

Andy Penman                (Rangers)

Tommy McLean*              (Kilmarnock)

Bobby Hope                 (W.B.A.)

Jim McCalliog              (Sheffield Wednesday)

Joe Harper                 (Huddersfield)

Alex Ferguson              (Dunfermline)

Willie Morgan              (Burnley)

Harry Hood                 (Clyde)

Eddie McCracken*           (Chelsea)

Bobby Brown                Coach

 

* - Ian Ure was injured in the match in Israel and Eddie McCracken also withdrew due to an injury.  Jack McGrory and Tommy McLean were the two replacements, joining the touring team before the Australian part of the journey.

 

Results

 

16 May 

25 May 

28 May 

31 May 

  3 June 

  6 June 

  8 June 

10 June 

13 June    

Ramat-Gan    

Hong Kong      

Sydney         

Adelaide       

Melbourne      

Wellington     

Auckland       

Vancouver

Winnipeg      

Israel   

Hong Kong     

Australia        

Australia    

Australia

New Zealand U-23   

Auckland XI        

Vancouver XI      

Canada    

2-1

4-1

1-0

2-1

2-0

7-2

4-0

4-1

7-2

 

16 May1967, Ramat-Gan, National Stadium

ISRAEL       (1)       1 (Giora Spiegel 40')

SCOTLAND XI   (1)      2 (Willie Morgan 22', Harry Hood 83')

Israel: Itzik Visoker, Yehoshua Feigenbaum, Itzhak Drucker, Moshe Lichinski, Menahem Bello, Giora Spiegel, Moshe Asis (George Borba), Mordechai Piker, Rahamim Talbi, Yehezkel Hazum, Reuven Young.

Scotland XI: n/a

 

25 May 1967, Hong Kong Stadium, 7000
HONG KONG      (1)     1 (Wills)
SCOTLAND XI     (2)    4 (Hood, Ferguson 2, Callaghan)
Hong Kong: Chu Pak-wo, Lok Takhing, Chan Shiu-hung, Lam Ying-kit, Kung Wah-kit, Leung Kam-yiu, Yuen Keuon-to, Ho-Cheong-yau, Ken Wills, Cheung Yio-wok, Kwong Yin-ying.
Used Substitutes: Tue Kwak-keuing, Kwok Wing.
Scotland XI: Harry Thomson, Willie Callaghan, Eddie Colquhuon, Hugh Tinney (Jim Townsend), Alan Anderson, Doug Fraser, Willie Morgan, Bobby Hope (Joe Harper), Jim McCalliog, Alex Ferguson, Harry Hood.

 

28 May1967, Sydney, Sydney Showground, 34792

AUSTRALIA    (0)       0

SCOTLAND XI     (1)    1 (Alex Ferguson)

Australia: Peter Fuzes, George Nuttall, Alan Marnoch, John Watkiss, Billy Cook, Pat Hughes, Alan Westwater, Ron Giles (John Giacometti), John Warren, Ray Baartz, Archie Blue.

Scotland XI: Harry Thomson, Willie Callaghan, Eddie Colquhuon, Jim Townsend, Alan Anderson, Doug Fraser, Willie Morgan, Bobby Hope, Jim McCalliog, Alex Ferguson, Harry Hood.

Referee: W Hosie (South Australia).

 

31 May1967, Adelaide, Norwood Oval, 12500

AUSTRALIA      (1)     1 (Ray Baartz)

SCOTLAND XI     (1)    2 (Jim Townsend 30', Willie Morgan)

Australia:  Bill Rorke, Cliff van Blerk, Alan Marnoch, Billy Cook, Nigel Shepherd, Pat Hughes, Alan Westwater, Hammy McMeechan (Archie Blue), John Watkiss, Ray Baartz, John Giacometti.

Scotland XI: Jim Cruickshank, Willie Callaghan, Jim Townsend, Alan Anderson, Jack McGrory, Doug Fraser, Tommy McLean, Bobby Hope, Jim McCalliog, Alex Ferguson, Willie Morgan.

Referee: D Maitland (Victoria).

 

3 June1967, Melbourne, Olympic Park, 22000

AUSTRALIA           0

SCOTLAND XI         2 (Alex Ferguson 2)

Australia: Peter Fuzes (Bill Rorke 65'), Cliff van Blerk, Alan Marnoch, Billy Rice, Nigel Shepherd, Pat Hughes, John Warren, John Watkiss, Atti Abonyi, Alan Westwater, Bruce Morrow (John Giacometti).

Scotland XI: Jim Cruickshank, Willie Callaghan (Andy Penman), Jim Townsend, Alan Anderson, Jack McGrory, Doug Fraser (Hugh Tinney), Tommy McLean, Bobby Hope, Jim McCalliog, Alex Ferguson, Willie Morgan.

Referee:  Tony Boskovic (New South Wales).

 

6 June1967, Wellington (Hutt), 5000

NEW ZEALAND U-23    2 (Mark Burgess 13', Earle Thomas 82')

SCOTLAND XI         7 (Tommy McLean 14' pen, Joe Harper 35', 78', 90', Jim McCalliog 60', 70', Gary Lake 80' OG)

New Zealand U-23:  Neville Siebert, Bill Hunter, Gary Lake, Tony Gowans, Jim Moyes, Brian Smith, John Legg, George Lamont, Earle Thomas, Mark Burgess, Ken Ironside.

Scotland XI:  Jim Cruickshank, Willie Callaghan (Jim McCalliog 46'), Hugh Tinney, Jim Townsend, Jack McGrory, John Woodward, Tommy McLean, Andy Penman, Joe Harper, Bobby Hope, Harry Hood.

Referee: A Williams (New Zealand).

 

8 June1967, Auckland, Newmarket

AUCKLAND XI     (0)    0

SCOTLAND XI    (3)     4 (Alex Ferguson 3, Andy Penman)

Auckland XI: Arthur Stroud, Billy Hunter, Gary Lake, Paul Rennell, Tom McNab, David Salt, John Legg, John Houghton, George York, Mark Burgess, Ray Mears.

Scotland XI: Harry Thomson, John Woodward, Hugh Tinney, Alan Anderson, Jack McGrory, Jim Townsend, Tommy McLean, Jim McCalliog, Andy Penman, Alex Ferguson, Willie Morgan.

 

10 June 1967, Empire Stadium, Vancouver
VANCOUVER XI        1
SCOTLAND XI         4 (Jim McCalliog 2, Alex Ferguson, Tommy McLean pen)
Vancouver XI:
Scotland XI: Jim Cruickshank, John Woodward, Hugh Tinney, Jim Townsend, Jackie McGrory, Doug Fraser, Tommy McLean, Bobby Hope, Jim McCalliog, Alex Ferguson, Andy Penman.

 

13 June 1967, Canad Inns Stadium, Winnipeg, Ontario, 3000

CANADA      (0)        2 (Ike Mackay, Anthony Adams)

SCOTLAND XI     (3)    7 (Joe Harper 5, Bobby Hope, Willie Morgan)

CANADA:

SCOTLAND XI: Jim Cruickshank, Hugh Tinney, Jimmy Townsend , Alan Anderson, Jack McGrory, Doug Fraser (Andy Penman), Tommy McLean, Willie Morgan, Joe Harper, Bobby Hope, Harry Hood (Jim McCalliog)